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    I am working with a gray color. When I have the visual style set to shaded, the color shows through certain elements in the floor plan view (funiture, extrusions, etc.) eventhough there is a floor throughout the building plan. Any thoughts as to why this might be happening?

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    Originally posted by krickabaugh View Post
    I am working with a gray color. When I have the visual style set to shaded, the color shows through certain elements in the floor plan view (funiture, extrusions, etc.) eventhough there is a floor throughout the building plan. Any thoughts as to why this might be happening?
    very strange! What version of Revit is this? I use a RGB 240-240-240 light gray and all of my working views are most always in Shaded mode and I've never seen such a thing. I don't work much in R2017 yet though.
    Last edited by Dave Jones; April 12, 2017, 05:24 PM. Reason: spelling
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      #3
      sounds like a video card/driver issue
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        #4
        I'm using 2016. This is happening mostly with furniture items, stairs, extrusions etc.

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